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The Passion Plan at Work: Building a Passion-Driven Organization

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In his best-selling book, The Passion Plan, Richard Chang showed individuals how to discover their passion and turn it into personal and professional fulfillment. Now, in The Passion Plan at Work he shows how to bring passion into the workplace--and turn good companies into great ones. Adapting his seven-step model for individuals to an organizational perspective, Chang ex ...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published January 11th 2001 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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Ruthie Jones
Aug 12, 2010 rated it liked it
This was "required" reading at the company I worked for. I'm not sure if it was really mandatory, but it fit with the company's philosophy, so we were encouraged to read it. This particular book is geared towards inspiring employees/associates within an organization. I think Chang's other book titled The Passion Plan is designed for the individual and finding your passion and turning it into a fulfilling profession or applying it to your current career. Overall, this is a good book if your compa ...more
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